Author Guidelines

The information (name, surname, institution, e-mail address ORCID, etc.) of the author (s) should be included in the article file sent to JPAL Journal at the first application. This information will be removed by the editors while the text is transmitted to the referees.

If the submitted article is in Turkish, English Title, Summary and Keywords should be included.

Article files should be prepared in MS Word .docx (2007 and later) format.

The page structure is 2.5 cm top and bottom, 3.5 cm A4 right and left.

The texts should be written in 11 font size, 1.15 line spacing justified in Book Antiqua Font.

Abstract; Book Antiqua 11 Point should be written with single line spacing, 1 cm indented from right and left. The abstract should consist of a maximum of 300 words. The number of keywords should not exceed 5.

Article title should be written in Book Antiqua 14 font size, ALL in BIG, and all other titles should be Book Antiqua 12 Font Bold. Main titles (INTRODUCTION, CONCLUSION, REFERENCES) should be written in capital and the first letters of other titles should be capitalized.

The works in the bibliography should be Book Antiqua 11 Point, hanging 1 cm from the left and 1.15 line spacing

You can use the Reference and Bibliography Guide, which is included in the template file below, for References.

The following article template can be used as an example. All text and heading formats are prepared in the styles menu.

In the referee evaluation, articles that take the decision that are appropriate for the publication are scanned in a plagiarism scanning software ( or iThenticate) and a report is requested.

Articles with a similarity ratio above 15%, excluding references, cannot be included even if the referee evaluation is positive.

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